Dutch yard Van der Valk showcases the progress that has been made on its 33 metre fully-custom superyacht project Blue Jeans. Created to the owner’s specifications in the Netherlands, the raised pilothouse will even boast the fully custom aluminium tender.
The exterior style is aligned with the request for high ceilings in the interior, rising to almost 2.5 metres in the lounge. These have been incorporated within a sleek profile with sharp styling elements.
Glass is placed in the bulwarks to make it look like there are windows. There are no standard white surfaces on the exterior in a distinctive look that includes silver grey paintwork and blackout surfaces on the glass. The blue hull paint which blends into the superstructure was custom developed by Alexseal Yacht Coatings for this project.
The yacht’s anchors are hidden within an imposing raised bow. Such an arrangement offers more space on the foredeck. A pop-up table will be receded flush into the deck and, when raised, people can sit with their legs inside the vacated space. There is a retractable dive board in the flybridge bulwarks and balconies on both sides of the main deck from where guests can dive directly into the sea.
The spacious lounge features a bar, three seating zones and a forward dining area with a capstan table that can be used as a games table. There will be a master on the lower deck plus a VIP suite and two guest cabins.
The tender will be placed sideways in her own large garage.
The interior style combines north European and Asian styles. Everything is of the highest quality possible, including a fine selection of natural stones, marble and semi-precious stones.
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